A Training Tool in Theology for the Church

A Training Tool in Theology for the Church One of the common objections to a church having an extensive confession of faith is that the practice of arranging the truths of the Bible into a system is alien to the way the Bible presents the truth. The Bible is not a textbook of facts about […]

July 2022

July 2022 Upcoming Title! We are excited to announce that our newest book entitled Preaching as The Primary Means of Grace will soon go to print! The preaching event is no small matter. Thus, the topic of preaching is afforded attention in this present volume. The nature and function of preaching as the primary means […]

We Believe in the Holy Spirit (Part 1)

Part 1 It has been claimed that the Reformed Confessions have a defective view of the Spirit. You might have wondered why the Second London Confession of Faith does not have a chapter on the Holy Spirit? Did our forefathers forget the person and work of the Spirit? Is the Confession defective and in need […]

June 2022

June 2022 Upcoming Titles! We are excited to announce that a number of new titles are in both editing and production phases. Look out for upcoming announcements from Broken Wharfe.  Topics will include Preaching, Missions and Confessional Baptist History and Theology. We continue to focus on the need in the UK and Europe while providing […]

How Sore a Plague is Sin

Broken Wharfe Pamphlet

Chapter 6 – Of the fall of man, of sin, and of the punishment thereof Our first parents, by this sin, fell from their original righteousness and communion with God, and we in them whereby death came upon all: all becoming dead in sin, and wholly defiled in all the faculties and parts of soul […]

Systematic Theology & Confessing the Faith

Systematic Theology & Confessing the Faith When you last shared the gospel with a non-Christian friend, did you read plain Scripture to them, or did you summarise the key elements of the faith? When you last spoke words of encouragement to a struggling Christian brother or sister, if you read some scripture, how did you […]

Great Providence of Heaven

Broken Wharfe Scribe

Chapter 5 – Of Divine Providence God the good Creator of all things, in his infinite power and wisdom doth uphold, direct, dispose, and govern all creatures and things, from the greatest even to the least, by his most wise and holy providence, to the end for the which they were created, according unto his […]

May 2022

May 2022 Under God, Over the People The Calling & Accountability of the Civil Government A Confessional Perspective Our newest title is now available through both UK and US distributors. Order Now to get your copy! Order Now! The Theology on the Go Podcast hosted by Jonathan Master and James Dolezal interviewed Oliver Allmand-Smith on […]

Eight Questions of Conscience

Eight Questions of Conscience Prolouge by Broken Wharfe Benjamin Keach exposes an all-too-common occurrence among professing Christians in the following sketch of the conversation between True Godliness and Conscience. One of the strengths of puritan theology was applying biblical truth to the various expressions of a lost condition found among professing Christians. One also finds […]

Systematic Theology & Godliness

Systematic Theology & Godliness In our first three reflections on systematic theology, we saw how “theology” refers to the study of God and all things in relation to God – including faith and obedience – in a Christ-focused way. Its two foundations are God himself and Scripture. The word “systematic” refers to rightly ordering the […]